Boss Hanoi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... bikes, shirts up under their armpits, bellies exposed, exhausted from the heat.
Our time in Hanoi has been primarily focused on obtaining our visas for Mongolia and China rather than sightseeing, but given the length of time we have had here there was plenty of time for both. Both experiences at the embassy being worthy of a mention.
Obtaining our Mongolian visa was surprisingly simple given the language barrier. The very unofficial little man sitting behind the ...
... were out in force too, wanting to polish my sandals (that were 1 day old), sell me genuine leather wallets that can withstand a cigarette lighter burning the outer to prove it wasn’t vinyl (really?) and the bookseller, sunglasses, jewellery……
Gotta say the Hanoi Kids lived up to the reputation you read about, truly a friendly group with interest in you & showing you what YOU want to see.
We finished off in our ...
... steep and pretty slippery with leaves and loose dirt beneath you. With added stress of seeing funnel web spider webs along the way...It's amazing no one broke their ankle and after an hour and a half we were told 'well done you're half way'! Emma had been ill over the last few days and was struggling to breathe through a blocked nose and so decided to be the fourth person in the group to bail out and along with another girl, Klara, decided to sit down ...
After exchanging my VND to USD to pay the Chinese bank to get my passport with Visa, my moto bike driver says hey come see the airplane museum, i'm like ok why not.
Coolest and biggest air craft I have ever seen.
Very laid back atmosphere too, I saw a bunch of teenage boys jumping in the cockpits outside, no one around, no one cares.
Plus three floors of artifacts, very big museum.
... each for 2 days 1 night. Deal done we set off to have a look around and do a bit of sight seeing. Our first stop was the little monastery on an island in the lake near the old quarter, it was an old Chinese one with a little worship area and a Chinese man writing good luck letters. It didn't take long to get about the the place so we wondered about the shops for a while eyeing out our future purchases before deciding on lunch in a cafe near the lake. After lunch Louise had ...